Florida Statutes > Title XI > Chapter 157 > § 157.30 - Reassessment of lands where attempt to establish ditch or canal irregular
Current as of: 2010
In all cases where there has been an attempt to establish a public ditch, drain or canal, in any of the counties of this state, and the county commissioners in pursuance of such attempt have proceeded to establish a public ditch, drain or canal, but there has been a failure to comply with the law, either in respect to the proceedings prior to the action by the county commissioners, or in respect to the subsequent proceedings, the lands specially benefited by such public ditch, drain or canal shall be subject to reassessment on account of such special benefit at any time within 3 years from the final completion of the work, or if bonds or scrip shall become due, in case a former assessment shall be discovered to be defective, irregular, or not in compliance with law, or be declared by the judgment of a court to be void.
s. 1, ch. 6963, 1915; RGS 1768; s. 1, ch. 9130, 1923; CG